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69 Chambers – Machine Album Review

69 Chambers – Machine Album Review by Rainer Kerber 69 Chambers were founded in 2009. In the same year, the debut album "War On The Inside" was released. Three years later, the Swiss released the successor "Torque". It was followed by an extended tour of Europe whose highlights were probably the appearances

FATES WARNING announce “Live Over Europe” album release!

FATES WARNING announce “Live Over Europe” album release! By Rainer Kerber Progressive Metal pioneers FATES WARNING are proud to announce the upcoming release of their new live album “Live Over Europe” on June 29th, 2018 via InsideOutMusic. Gathered during the group’s most recent European headlining run for FATES WARNING’s much acclaimed latest studio

Lyria – Immersion Album Review

Lyria – Immersion Album Review by Rainer Kerber Lyria is a symphonic metal band from Brazil. The band was founded by mezzo soprano Aline Happ back in 2012. Two years later, the debut album "Catharsis" was released. With a successful crowdfunding campaign, the band was able to finance production four years ago.

Chris Cornell – Carry On REVIEW

Chris Cornell Carry On Suretone Records/Interscope Records 2007   You Know His Name     Chris Cornell had already struck out on his own in 1999 following the collapse of Soundgarden and released his first solo album ‘Euphoria Morning’. As an album this broke the mould as to what Cornell was capable of, it showed a mournful and

Lamb of God – Sacrament REVIEW

Lamb of God Sacrament Epic Records 2006 This is a Motherfuckin’ Invitation Lamb of God are highly revered within the metal world, the band effortlessly blends the elements of groove metal alongside the harsh almost classic growls of Randy Blythe. Over the years, Lamb of God have built up a collection of strong albums including

Ministry – AmeriKKKant REVIEW

Ministry AmeriKKKant Nuclear Blast Records 2018 Al Jourgensen, he knows words, he knows the best words Uncle Al Jourgensen has never had any trouble expressing himself and this has never failed to appear when discussing the politics of the USA. These views spill consistently spill over into Ministry, usually manifesting themselves into the aggressive form

Bruce Dickinson – Tyranny of Souls REVIEW

Bruce Dickinson Tyranny of Souls Mayan Records 2005 Full Flight Bruce! Bruce Dickinson is probably one of the busiest people in the world, his list of accomplishments and hobbies are endless, but most of all he is the man famous for fronting one of the biggest bands in the world, Iron Maiden. As well as

Orphaned Land – Unsung Prophets & Dead Messiahs REVIEW

Orphaned Land Unsung Prophets & Dead Messiahs Century Media Records 2018 The Wanderer’s Return Even within their respective field, Orphaned Land are relatively unique; the Israeli band manages to blend the ethnic music of the area with progressive metal elements such as odd time signatures, virtuoso playing and exceptional vocals. It is no lie that

Bloodbath – Nightmares Made Flesh REVIEW

Bloodbath Nightmares Made Flesh Century Media Records 2004 Relentless Hunger As much as the label can be both a blessing and curse, Bloodbath are a death metal ‘supergroup’ formed by Mikael Åkerfeldt, Dan Swanö, Anders Nyström and Jonas Renkse in 2002. In true supergroup style, by the release of their second album ‘Nightmares Made Flesh’,

Velvet Viper – Respice Finem Album Review

Velvet Viper - Respice Finem Album Review by Rainer Kerber The singer Jutta Weinhold enter since 1969 the boards, which mean the world. It all began with roles in the musicals "Hair" and "Jesus Christ Super Star". Since then, the music will not let her go again, whether with their own

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